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Welcome to the Science Group ! (Please read before posting) 0 eppur_se_muova Feb 2012 Jan 2012 7 5683
Hubblecast 86: The wings of the Twin Jet Nebula 0 yuiyoshida 1 min ago 1 min ago 0 5
Science - Religion Einstein's thoughts [View all] 62 SoLeftIAmRight Tuesday 3 min ago 2 767
Mysterious Russian Statue Is 11,000 Years Old - Twice As Old As The Pyramids 22 n2doc Yesterday 44 min ago 42 1212
Tetris can block cravings, new study reveals 16 Panich52 Aug 14 2 hrs ago 11 1413
Some Brands Are Labeling Products “GMO-free” Even if They Don’t Have Genes 4 progressoid 21 hrs ago 2 hrs ago 1 208
Ceres: an asteroid 'world' gets its due 6 shenmue 10 hrs ago 5 hrs ago 19 325
Life May Have Spread Through the Galaxy Like a Plague 25 IDemo Thursday 18 hrs ago 20 2044
Many Psychology Findings Not as Strong as Claimed, Study Says 6 Eugene Friday Yesterday 13 399
What is the universe made of? 22 yuiyoshida Aug 23 Yesterday 35 2031
Mini Frog, Bat with Freakish Tongue Found in Bolivia 1 Judi Lynn Tuesday Yesterday 3 197
When life hands you carbon, suck it up and 1 LunaSea Aug 22 Yesterday 11 341
Rare 'fire rainbow' spotted in skies over South Carolina 3 n2doc Aug 19 Yesterday 14 457
Subatomic particles that appear to defy Standard Model points to undiscovered forces 3 Ichingcarpenter Saturday Yesterday 15 315
Schlieren Images Reveal Supersonic Shock Waves 3 rug Saturday Yesterday 17 444
(JPL) NASA picks post-Pluto destination for New Horizons spacecraft 3 Wilms Friday Yesterday 12 426
NASA has a mission called ‘OMG.’ Here’s how it got its name. 1 n2doc Saturday Saturday 11 346
Computers Can Predict Schizophrenia Based on How a Person Talks 8 Ichingcarpenter Saturday Saturday 11 470
A year and counting: Mars isolation experiment begins 0 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 2 156
NASA Invests in Plasma Rocket Technology 7 LongTomH Monday Friday 22 426
Why Do Parrots Talk? 4 Judi Lynn Friday Friday 17 422
Secretive fusion company claims reactor breakthrough 7 n2doc Thursday Friday 8 388
Ceres' crystalline looking 4 mile high mountain.. photo 6 Ichingcarpenter Thursday Friday 8 451
Biologist Spots Rare Nautilus For The First Time In 30 Years 0 yuiyoshida Friday Friday 2 225
Unfortunately... This Is Science Too... 5 WillyT Thursday Friday 10 409
Hubble Sees The Shimmering Wings Of A Space Butterfly - CNet 7 WillyT Wednesday Friday 22 457
Rare, Hairy Nautilus spotted for the first time in 30 years 5 WillParkinson Thursday Thursday 5 310
An incredible video about the center of the universe! 43 CaliforniaPeggy Aug 20 Thursday 62 3548
The 38 major papers against anthropogenic climate-change got double-checked. Not pretty. 6 DetlefK Thursday Thursday 37 1133
Scientist gulps down 50 homeopathic sleeping pills to prove a point. 9 progressoid Monday Thursday 2 535
A close up image of a comet 12 n2doc Aug 3 Thursday 35 1850
Why Does Coffee Make You Poop? 4 progressoid Tuesday Thursday 3 506
Who would you suggest as Science Advisor for the next president? 12 LongTomH Wednesday Thursday 2 232
Satellite imagery of Tianjin explosion from space ... gif .........plus cyanide 7 Ichingcarpenter Aug 16 Thursday 8 640
One of these is Jupiter's moon — the rest are frying pans...So, which one? 20 Ichingcarpenter Wednesday Thursday 10 1084
World’s Hottest Math Teacher Pietro Boselli Explains Engineering In His Undies (w/ video) 0 TexasTowelie Wednesday Wednesday 2 357
Scientist Discovers New Crayfish Species, Names It After Edward Snowden 3 Eugene Wednesday Wednesday 8 236
Stephen Hawking believes he’s solved a huge mystery about black holes 4 Bill USA Tuesday Wednesday 12 452
Walter Munk, the ‘Einstein of the Oceans’ 0 n2doc Wednesday Wednesday 3 133
Fisk-Vanderbilt program to grow diversity in STEM PhDs 0 Tanuki Wednesday Wednesday 0 150
Ancient Toothy Lizard Is The First Of Its Kind From South America 0 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 2 96
How a Volcanic Eruption in 1815 Darkened the World but Colored the Arts - The New York Times 2 MattSh Tuesday Wednesday 8 319
Ants take drugs: Ants choose to ingest hydrogen peroxide after being infected with fungus 1 Panich52 Tuesday Wednesday 4 307
Watch an opera singer perform through his entire brain surgery 1 progressoid Tuesday Wednesday 2 154
Rover's Mars selfie 5 NJCher Aug 23 Tuesday 30 1430
Stephen Hawking Believes He’s Solved A Huge Mystery About Black Holes - WaPo 5 WillyT Tuesday Tuesday 9 515
Fire fountains on Moon mystery solved 3 Panich52 Tuesday Tuesday 3 323
Why Are There Dangerous Ingredients In Vaccines? 3 progressoid Tuesday Tuesday 2 337
Robot 'mother' builds babies that can evolve on their own 8 Ichingcarpenter Aug 13 Tuesday 2 380
Pre-mammalian carnivore dubbed 'scarface' discovered in Zambia 2 Panich52 Aug 14 Tuesday 1 278
Uh-oh, a robot just passed the self-awareness test 16 PADemD Jul 17 Tuesday 13 870
India Mars Orbitor Mission Captures Stunning 3D Images of the Red Planet 19 Recursion Aug 19 Tuesday 35 2031
I need assistance with a question regarding Terraforming... 33 retrowire Aug 17 Tuesday 0 617
Breaking the communication barrier between dolphins and humans 4 Judi Lynn Aug 16 Tuesday 9 379
Discovery of a salamander in amber sheds light on evolution of Caribbean islands 2 Judi Lynn Aug 17 Tuesday 9 308
Read the Lost Dream Journal of the Man Who Discovered Neurons 1 n2doc Aug 23 Tuesday 8 250
Amazing views of Saturn’s icy moon Dione 4 Panich52 Monday Tuesday 10 295
Beam Me Up? Teleporting Is Real 12 n2doc Jul 30 Monday 5 588
Question about math and politics. 9 DetlefK Aug 22 Monday 0 386
IBM scientists develop brain inspired chip which mimic nuerons 2 Ichingcarpenter Aug 19 Monday 7 239
The Whistled Language of Northern Turkey 3 Lodestar Aug 22 Monday 3 229
Magnetic Wormhole Created in Lab 4 n2doc Aug 22 Monday 12 470
The 'human fish' and other wonders of Slovenia's caves 1 shenmue Aug 23 Monday 4 356
Rainbow and lightning 3 n2doc Aug 16 Monday 24 421
It's a titi! New monkey species found in Peru 4 Judi Lynn Aug 22 Aug 22 13 347
We are the scientist and engineers of... 3 PosterChild Aug 21 Aug 22 3 357
Space Stations captures rare 'red sprites' emanating from clouds 1 TexasTowelie Aug 21 Aug 22 14 266
Biologists discover skydiving spiders in South American forests 6 Judi Lynn Aug 19 Aug 21 16 1353
Science Isn’t Broken 6 n2doc Aug 19 Aug 21 7 374
Big Data Is for the Birds 0 n2doc Aug 21 Aug 21 5 219
Student in Chile discovers new planet 13 Judi Lynn Aug 20 Aug 21 25 676
Ecologists roll a century's work on food-webs into a single model 0 Jim__ Aug 20 Aug 20 8 225
Frozen South: 24 hour Sun 1 progressoid Aug 18 Aug 20 6 288
Adorable 5-year-old throws first pitch with 3D-printed hand 4 pokerfan Aug 18 Aug 19 25 1241
Meteorite impacts can create DNA building blocks 0 Panich52 Aug 19 Aug 19 3 231
Fossilised remains of world’s oldest flower discovered in Spain 1 muriel_volestrangler Aug 18 Aug 18 8 308
Astronauts captured a rare image of a giant red sprite over Central America 3 Judi Lynn Aug 17 Aug 17 6 342
Octopus Studies Detail Strange Behavior and Genetics 0 Judi Lynn Aug 16 Aug 16 8 295
Dumbing down the history of science. 9 Lionel Mandrake Aug 12 Aug 16 9 498
Nope, You Can't Learn About Climate Change in Georgia Schools 2 n2doc Aug 16 Aug 16 8 279
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